Speaker of the House of Commons United Kingdom

Lindsay Hoyle's comments come after Boriis Johnson reportedly met with 50 Tory MPs in a room with a maximum capacity of 29.
Former speaker has been accused by his former most senior official.
Ex-Commons speaker no longer has duty to remain impartial.
Lindsay Hoyle and Harriet Harman are among the contenders to replace the Commons stalwart.
Motion signalled former deputy leader may face a Labour candidate in a snap election unless she withdraws from contest to succeed John Bercow.
The Commons speaker said it would be 'the most terrible example to set the rest of society'.
After ten years as Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow announced he would be stepping down. In a speech to MPs on Monday, he said the post had been “the greatest privilege and honour of my professional life”. Among other things, he will be remembered for impressively hollering “Order!” to lawmakers. Bercow has been a member of parliament since 1997 and become speaker in 2009.
Can the prime minister get a new lease of life with a general election?
On the continent, he’s seen as Brexit saviour and as comedic relief thanks to his vowel-bending shouts of “Order!”.